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[September 30, 2013]

Internet Media & Services in Mexico, an industry update published by Heernet Ventures

Sep 30, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- The UK-based media advisory and research firm, Heernet Ventures Limited has published a new 35 page report providing updates on the Internet Media & Services sector in Mexico. It covers key areas such as industry size and structure and competitive environment. The report contains 44 tables and charts of key industry data Table of Content INDUSTRY SIZE/ STRUCTURE Adspend Analysis Internet Subscription and Usage Analysis Major Online Segments Ecommerce Emailing News and Information Online Business/Finance Online Community/Lifestyle Online Education Online Entertainment Online Health Online Instant Messaging (IM) Online Travel Online Video Search Social Networking Mobile internet and media services Recent industry developments Competitive environment Regulatory environment Table of Figures Figure 1. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, annual trends in internet adspend (2009-13e) Figure 2. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, internet adspend by type (2008-12) Figure 3. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, internet adspend by type-quarterly (q3 2011- q4 2012) Figure 4. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading internet adspend categories (2011-12) Figure 5. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, internet subscriptions by platform (2007-12e) Figure 6. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, internet users forecast (2011-17f) Figure 7. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, internet users by activity (2010-12) Figure 8. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, no of internet users (2008-12) Figure 9. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, internet access by device (2011-12) Figure 10. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, average internet accessing time (2011- h1 2013) Figure 11. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, major online activities (h1 2013) Figure 12. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading websites by visitors (June 2012) Figure 13. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, ecommerce market size (2008-12e) Figure 14. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, reach of online retail categories (June 2012) Figure 15. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, internet users making online transactions (2010-12) Figure 16. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, internet users making online transactions- by product (2010-12) Figure 17. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading online retail websites (June 2012) Figure 18. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, online emailing KPI (June 2012) Figure 19. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading email providing websites (June 2012) Figure 20. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, reach of news and information categories (June 2012) Figure 21. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, reach of business/finance categories (June 2012) Figure 22. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading business/finance websites (June 2012) Figure 23. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, online community/ lifestyle KPI (June 2012) Figure 24. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, reach of community/ lifestyle categories (June 2012) Figure 25. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading community/ lifestyle websites (June 2012) Figure 26. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading education websites (June 2012) Figure 27. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, reach of entertainment categories (June 2012) Figure 28. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading entertainment websites (June 2012) Figure 29. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading health websites (Feb 2012-13) Figure 30. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, online IM- KPI (June 2012) Figure 31. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading IM websites (June 2012) Figure 32. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, online travel KPI (June 2012) Figure 33. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading travel websites (June 2012) Figure 34. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, online video viewing- KPI (August 2011-12) Figure 35. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading online video sites by no of videos viewed (March 2013) Figure 36. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading online video sites (August 2012) Figure 37. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, market share of search engine by no of searches (June 2012) Figure 38. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading social networking websites (June 2012) Figure 39. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, mobile platform communication revenue (2011-12) Figure 40. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, leading mobile adspend categories (2011-12) Figure 41. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, mobile broadband subscriptions by type (Q1 2012- Q2 2013) Figure 42. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, recent industry developments Figure 43. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, investments and acquisitions Figure 44. Internet Media & Services in Mexico, major players For further information and to order the report: http://g2mi.com/premium_reports.php?reportName=%20Internet%20Media%20&%20Services%20in%20Mexico&entityId=6451&docId=MTA0OQ== This report is available free to subscribers of the G2Mi Research service.

Companies covered Televisa Interactive Media, TV Azteca, Terra Networks Mexico, Sa De CV, Viajes Beda S.A. De C.V, Grupo Editorial Expansion, Organizacion Editorial Mexicana, OccMundial, VEVO LLC, Mercadolibre S.A de C.V, Amazon.com, Facebook, Google Inc, Yahoo Inc and Microsoft About G2Mi Research G2Mi Research is Heernet Ventures' proprietary market intelligence service focused on the global media, telecoms and technology industries. All its research reports and tools can be viewed at G2Mi.com.

CONTACT: For further information, contact: Harjinder Singh-Heer Managing Director Heernet Ventures Ltd Tel: + 44 (0) 208 180 7223 Email: harjinder@heernet.com ((M2 Communications disclaims all liability for information provided within M2 PressWIRE. Data supplied by named party/parties. Further information on M2 PressWIRE can be obtained at http://www.presswire.com on the world wide web. Inquiries to info@m2.com.

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